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This week, Daniel Kawczynski MP urges Britain not to abandon Libya; Fr Andrew Browne recalls his struggle to comfort families after the Hillsborough disaster; Simon Caldwell says Eamon Duffy’s new history exposes the horrors of the Reformation; and Rhoslyn Thomas braves downpours and blisters on an arduous pilgrimage to Walsingham. Fr Augustine Aoun, meanwhile, says Benedict XVI gave Lebanon’s young people a tornado’s worth of joy. You can read it all online by subscribing here (for £40 a year). Or, for a hard copy, go here (£75 for a year’s worth).
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